scrag end

NOUN
  1. the lean end of a neck of veal
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How To Use scrag end In A Sentence

  • Now you must take whatever scrag ends of his time he has to give you. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
  • Also in a quite untimely manner given that Halloween was a week ago; and that I'm clinging on tight to the scrag end of my late-30s with very slippy hands. What I bought this week: leather
  • Where Dedham in Essex now has cars mounting pavements and each other in profusion, 1958 saw just one Fordson van in the street, probably delivering scrag end to the vicar's wife. Fifty Not Out
  • Now you must take whatever scrag ends of his time he has to give you. THE AMBASSADOR'S WOMEN
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